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... somehow managed to find space on a table in the centre area of the hall, which was reserved from 3pm, but still gave us a good few hours at this spot! Once there, almost immediately we had a waitress appear, and we ordered our first steins! It was an incredible sight watching this German woman bringing back seven steins for the table in a matter of minutes, what a beer goddess! She should be made a saint. Next came the massive pretzel, freshly served by blokes ...
... be mine, but nope going somewhere different too! Then I walked up to the information board and although I couldn't read much, I managed to understand my train was being replaced and I had to go to platform 7b now! I had literally 2 minutes to get there in time! So I ran with all my stuff to catch the train! Luckily made it with seconds to spare, just! Once I hopped off the train at lübeck Lena ...
... a table and waited for a busty waitress to come and take our order - which she soon did!! The half a roasted chicken came highly recommended so we both ordered that along with a Maß of beer. This is a litre of beer in a huge glass - real quaffing stuff! Both food and drink were delicious and helped us to soak up the frenetic atmosphere! We chatted to a couple of american girls who sat at our table and also an Italian guy who soon joined us. Very international. After a long ...
... to Disney World, you actually would be better off making your reservation beforehand online. Then when you get to the top you wait in another line, and on and on. Back in the day there was no town below the castle. Füssen is the closest one and it's a few kilometers away; but today the site has ballooned. Numerous restaurants, shops and hotels line the narrow street. It's just as fun to hang out down below and people watch rather than go up to the castle! After a few ...
... guy working in Munich and a Canadian couple that travels all over. It was fun to sit with other people and talk about everyone's travels. On the way home a small orchestra of sorts had set up on the main shopping street through town. They even had a piano so we stayed for a whole and listened to the music. This is one thing I like about Europe, the opportunity to listen to street music played beautifully. Now we just went home for a much needed rest and get ready for Salzburg ...